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Schoolhouse Rd
Dublin, NH, 03444
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New England, Private Boarding School, High School

music education, science education, dance education, technology education, math education, history education, film education, english education, learning skills education ESL, English as a Second Language, art education, latin, spanish, mandarin, french

basketball, crew, golf, cross-country, nordic skiing, alpine skiing, downhill skiing, equestrian, lacrosse, mountain biking, sailing, snowboarding, soccer, tennis, dance



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All of the latest news about Dublin School and its students.

American Astronomical Society Honors Perkin Observatory Director

Anne Mackey


Mr. Putko presented a poster on his research that he began in college at the recent meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).  The AAS is the largest organization of professional astronomers in the country, and 2,000 scientific presentations were packed into four days during the meeting.  A few hundred of these involved undergraduate students.

  Shortly after the conference, Mr. Putko received this message from the AAS:  “On behalf of AAS President Dr. C. Megan Urry and AAS Executive Officer Dr. Kevin B. Marvel, congratulations! You are one of five undergraduate student medalists in the Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Award Student Prize competition for the 225th AAS Meeting.”

The AAS website states that the Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Award is given to recognize exemplary research.  Mr. Putko’s poster was titled “Expansion of the optical remnant from Tycho’s supernova.”  In this project, he measured and analyzed how a star’s explosion is still racing across space hundreds of years after the explosion. 


Calvin Bates wins NH Coaches Freestyle 5k Race!

Anne Mackey

While it was touch and go for a while if the Dublin Nordic skiers were going to get to race due to a winter weather advisory in effect, in the end, in the wee hours of the morning, Coach Silitch and six Dublin Nordic skiers headed to the far north of New Hampshire to Whitefield, NH (almost to the border of Canada!)

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